The Plight Of The Street Children Of Latin America Who Are Addicted To Sniffing Glue, And The Role And Responsibilities Of Transnational Corporations

@inproceedings{Comprosky2002ThePO,
  title={The Plight Of The Street Children Of Latin America Who Are Addicted To Sniffing Glue, And The Role And Responsibilities Of Transnational Corporations},
  author={Charmaine J. Comprosky},
  year={2002}
}
  • Charmaine J. Comprosky
  • Published 2002
A great concern for the international community is protecting the rights of children around the world.' Currently, there are approximately 100 million abandoned street children in the world.' In Latin American countries there are approximately forty million street children; and there is an estimation that this number will continue to increase, as poverty becomes more widespread in the urban areas of these countries. The street children in Latin American countries like Brazil, Guatemala… CONTINUE READING

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